Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Still Spinning: Alice in Chains, "Facelift"
Fast forward about six months. I’ve got tickets to see Van Hagar, and Alice in Chains is the opening band. If it hadn’t been a general admission show, I might have showed up late. I’m glad I didn’t.
Posted by Fred Phillips at 4:20 PM No comments:
Labels: Alice In Chains, Grunge, Still Spinning, Van Halen
Sunday, March 6, 2011
Review: "Hurtsmile," Hurtsmile
That said, though, the record is certainly not just an extension of Extreme. There are a lot of other influences that run through the songs, ranging from Alice in Chains-style grunge to prog-rock blasts of instrumental virtuosity.
Posted by Fred Phillips at 4:59 PM No comments:
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Review: Nekromantheon, "Divinity of Death"
Nekromantheon blazes through 11 tracks in about 30 minutes sounding like the bastard child of Show No Mercy-era Slayer and very early Sepultura. The songs are short, fast, punchy and very solidly played. They don’t cover any new ground in the thrash genre, but at the same time they also manage to sound fresh and not derivative.
Posted by Fred Phillips at 12:59 PM No comments:
Labels: Best of 2011 Candidates, Metallica, Nekromantheon, Reviews, Sepultura, Slayer, Thrash
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